CDC Pushes Measles Vaccine Ahead of London Olympics
July 14, 2012 in Health
July 14, 2012
Infowars.com and Prison Planet.com have reported at-length on potential false flag concerns centering around the 2012 Olympics, most recently in a whistleblower interview with acclaimed director Ben Fellows who revealed startling plans to evacuate London during the games. Now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is using the event to push vaccines.
This week, the CDC released a digital press kit entitled “Traveler’s Health: 2012 London Olympics” urging everyone to get their vaccinations before they leave for the Olympics. Of the three tips the CDC has for ensuring your visit to London is “healthy, safe, and memorable” — which include learning how to access medical care and looking both ways before you cross the street — making sure you are up-to-date on your vaccines is listed first. Measles is specifically singled out, followed by the vague statement “In 2011, some U.S. residents who traveled abroad got measles.” The CDC notes that these travelers caused 17 outbreaks of measles in the United States last year.
The measles vaccine, however, is no longer produced for standalone sale in the United States. The only way to get a measles inoculation is to take a combination vaccine: either a measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) shot or an MMR and varicella (MMRV) shot. The only company that currently produces these shots for sale in America is Big Pharma fraud Merck and Company, Inc.
The CDC’s measles vaccine advertisement comes at an interesting time. Just last month, a federal antritrust class action lawsuit was filed against Merck for selling bogus vaccines. The suit followed the unsealing of a 2010 False Claims Act complaint against the vaccine manufacturer. Two Merck virologists alleged the company may have actually incited mumps and measles outbreaks with its vaccines by knowingly falsifying efficacy data. In a devious effort to maintain lucrative FDA approval and exclusive license to sell the vaccines, the complaint goes on to assert test samples were spiked with animal antibodies so Merck could claim “95% effective” rates when the vaccines were anything but.
Of all the advice the CDC could give to potential American tourists, why is the organization suddenly focusing on promoting widespread measles vaccination two weeks after some of the worst PR the vaccine has ever had?
Collusion between Merck and the CDC has been well-documented. In fact, former CDC director Dr. Julie Gerberding was named president of Merck’s vaccine division in 2009. Gerberding has formerly expressed that side effects of Merck’s vaccines should be dismissed because the shots are just that safe. So safe, in fact, that when evidence surfaced blaming Merck’s cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil for a teen girl’s death in 2008, the CDC sided with the Big Pharma giant and officially blamed the girl’s death on birth control pills instead, shutting down further investigation. This is just one example of many children who have died following inoculation with a Merck vaccine. Public ability to trust Merck’s products was also dramatically challenged after a video released last year showed Merck vaccine scientist Dr. Maurice Hilleman openly admitting cancer-causing viruses have been used in the company’s vaccines.
Furthermore, the CDC belongs to the Measles and Rubella Initiative, a partnership which includes the World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF, American Red Cross, the United Nations Foundation, and the Lions Club International Foundation (LCIF) among others. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has donated $400,000 to this cause through LCIF; in addition, the Gates Foundation has also promised to price match further LCIF measles initiative donations to total the largest single LCIF donation the organization has ever received:
The Gates Foundation is now challenging Lions to mobilize US$10 million. To help Lions in this effort, the Gates Foundation is donating US$1 for every $2 raised by Lions. This is a total matching contribution of US$5 million, the largest single donation in LCIF’s history!
Eugenicist Bill Gates has publicly stated that he believes vaccines are a form of population control. Gates has committed over $10 billion dollars towards vaccination programs and research, and his foundation has been financially linked to vaccine disasters, including the use of untested polio vaccinations resulting in more than 47,000 paralyzed children in India last year. Gates and Merck are not strangers, either. As pharmaceutical journalist Ed Silverman points out, “Several members of [the Gates Foundation] management committee, leadership teams, affiliates, and major funders are currently or were previously members of the boards or executive branches of several major drugmakers, including Merck and Novartis.”
With the huge push to get people vaccinated and millions of dollars trading hands to further the cause, one might conclude humanity is facing an imminent measles epidemic. As is par with the course for propaganda however, the CDC press kit forgoes reality entirely. While 17 measles outbreaks may sound like a lot and the word “outbreak” is certainly ominous, the CDC actually defines an outbreak as “three or more cases linked in time or place.” According to the CDC’s own figures, only 222 U.S. measles cases were reported last year. When compared to the U.S. Census Bureau’s end-of-2011 population estimate of 312.8 million, the average American has an approximate 0.00007 percent chance of actually contracting measles. None of the measles cases reported to the CDC last year resulted in encephalitis or death.
The National Network for Immunization Information reports that MMR side effects can be largely attributed to the measles component. Merck’s MMR vaccine requires two doses and comes with a staggering list of documented adverse reactions that negatively impact almost every bodily system, causing everything from anaphylaxis to Guillain-Barre syndrome to death. In its own MMR Information Statement, the CDC even admits the shot has potentially serious side effects including seizures, deafness, coma, lowered consciousness, and permanent brain damage.
Americans are left with a heap of evidence that Merck turned a huge profit selling millions of potentially harmful and otherwise useless MMR vaccines last year. While Merck is, of course, officially denying all allegations surrounding its products’ safety, is a false sense of security against a rare illness ultimately worth the real possibility of getting a terrible vaccine injury or even dying?